Connecting JasperReports Server to your Database (2023)

Table of Contents

  • Update for JasperReports Server v5.1:
  • Introduction
  • JDBC Database Driver
    • Acquire the Database Driver Package
      • Sample driver names:
      • Download links:
    • Copy the Driver to the JasperReports Server Classpath
      • Sample locations:
    • Restart JasperReports Server
  • Prefer JNDI datasources to JDBC datasources
  • Creating the connection in JasperReport Server (Data Source)
    • Create a Data Source in JasperReports Server
  • Data Source Troubleshooting
    • General Issues
      • General Database Server Conectivity
      • Logging
      • Database Driver
        • Ensure Driver is in the Classpath
        • Ensure that the Driver Class Name is correct
      • Database Privileges
    • JDBC Data Source Issues
    • JNDI Data Source Issues
  • MS SQL Server
  • Other Resources

Update for JasperReports Server v5.1:

The content of this article is still relevant for JasperReports Server v5.1. This new version of JasperReports Server includes a way to load Database Drivers dynamically from the UI. This option is only available for the 'superuser' and isdescribed in detail in the JasperReports Server Administration Guide v5.1.0 - Chapter 4.1.

Introduction

JasperReports Server can connect to just about any data source. It comes standard with connectivity for JDBC, JNDI, MongoDB, Hadoop-Hive and Bean (Java bean) data sources. Jaspersoft also offers an extensible environment for including other Big Data, NoSQL data sources, flat files and custom data sources.

In this guide, we will focus on creating JDBC connections to an existing RDBMS server for reporting.

For the other options and more information check the JasperReport Server User and Admin Guides located in the /Docs folder under your JasperReports Server install path.

JDBC Database Driver

Acquire the Database Driver Package

JasperReports Server redistributes a Postgres database driver. If you need to connect to another database, you will need to first acquire the appropriate JDBC driver and add it the application server's classpath.

You can download the JDBC driver from your database vendor website. Below you will find some links that may assist you in finding the JDBC driver for your reporting database. When selecting the correct driver, check that you are downloading the one that matches your version of the Database Engine and the Java (JRE or JDK) version installed. Some DBMS's have different downloads depending on the version of Java you are using.

To find the Version of Java that Jasper is running on login as superuser in JasperReport Server execute the Diagnostic Report (/Public/Diagnostic/Diagnostic Report) and search for “java.version” , see screenshot below:Connecting JasperReports Server to your Database (1)

You can also check which version you have by running ‘java –version’ in a command prompt of the server.

Extract the downloaded files to an easily accessed location. For example, c:\jdbc\ or /usr/share on the server and locate in the downloaded package the actual driver which will be a single .jar file. You will need it on the next step.

For example if you are using MS SQL Server 2008 you will need to use “sqljdbc4.jar” for JDK 1.6/6.0 and “sqljdbc.jar” if you have JDK 1.5/5.0.

Sample driver names:

  • MySQL: mysql-connector-java-5.1.19-bin.jar

    Note: As of JasperReports Server v5.5, the MariaDB opensource MySQL DB Driver, is included in the installation.
    For more info, see: MariaDB Foundation

  • jTDS: jtds-1.2.2.jar
  • Microsoft SQL Server: sqljdbc4.jar
  • Oracle: ojdbc6.jar
  • PostgreSQL: postgresql-9.0-801.jdbc4.jar
  • Pervasive: jpscs.jar, pvjdbc2.jar, and pvjdbc2x.jar

Download links:

Copy the Driver to the JasperReports Server Classpath

Now you need to copy the driver (the .jar file) to the classpath of your application server to enable JasperServer to find it.

In general it's best to copy the driver to the application server's shared library location. Refer to your application server documentation for exact locations.

Sample locations:

  • Tomcat5: <catalina_home>\common\lib
    (for example in a JapserServer Bundle install on windows this is located at: C:/Program Files (x86)/jasperreports-server-4.0/apache-tomcat/lib )
  • Tomcat6: <catalina_home>\lib
    (for example: /var/lib/tomcat6/lib)
  • JBoss5: <jboss_home>\server\all\lib

Restart JasperReports Server

After these modifications you will need to restart the application server for this settings to take effect.
For information on restarting your server see Chapter 3 of the JasperReport Server Install Guide (is located on the /docs folder of your Jasper Server install path)

If you installed JasperReport Server using the Windows installer, there is a shortcut in the start menu to restart it.
- Click Start > All Programs > JasperReports Server 5.0 > Start or Stop Services > Stop Service.
- Click Start > All Programs > JasperReports Server 5.0 > Start or Stop Services > Start Service.

If you have used the Linux installer, you need to run the scripts in your JasperReportes Server install folder:
To Stop JasperReports Server:

cd <js-install>./ctlscript.sh stop

To Start JasperReports Server:

cd <js-install>./ctlscript.sh start

For users on MacOSX see Chapter 3.3 in the JasperReports Server Install Guide.

Prefer JNDI datasources to JDBC datasources

One potential bottleneck is a datasource that doesn't offer a connection pool. This is why we recommend using JNDI, which allows you to configure an entire connection pool that resides within the container. In Tomcat, this involves modifying the /jasperserver-pro/META-INF/context.xml file, and editing the object's values for the maxIdle and maxActive attributes.

For more information, see: How to configure a connection pool for a JNDI data source

Creating the connection in JasperReport Server (Data Source)

This step assumes that you have copied the JDBC Driver to the Jasperserver classpath (as explained above) and restarted your Application Server (i.e. Tomcat).

Create a Data Source in JasperReports Server

  1. Log into JasperReport Server from your browser using the jasperadmin or superuser account (e.g.: http://localhost:8080/jasperserver-pro)

  2. Go to View | Repository.

  3. Select a folder where you want to create your Data Source (e.g.: /Data Sources)

  4. Right click on the folder name in the repository view and from the context menu select called Add Resource and then click on Data Source.

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  5. Now you are presented with a screen to enter the settings of your Data Source connection

    Connecting JasperReports Server to your Database (3)

  6. Choose a data source type in this example choose either JDBC.

  7. Provide a Name, Resource ID, and Description (optional).

  8. If you selected the JDBC connection type, you will typically enter values similar to these samples, where “hostname” is the hostname of your DB server and “yourDatabase” is the name of the database you want to connect to:

    1. MySQL
      Ÿ Driver: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
      Ÿ Sample URL: jdbc:mysql://hostname:3306/yourDatabase
    2. Microsoft SQL Server
      Ÿ Driver: com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerDriver
      Ÿ Sample URL: jdbc:sqlserver://hostname:1433;databaseName=yourDatabase
    3. jTDS (for Microsoft SQL Server)
      Ÿ Driver: net.sourceforge.jtds.jdbc.Driver
      Ÿ Sample URL: jdbc:jtds:sqlserver:// hostname:1433/yourDatabase
      Ÿ Sample URL: jdbc:jtds:sqlserver:// hostname:1433/yourDatabase;intance=yourInstance
    4. Oracle (thin driver)
      Ÿ Driver: oracle.jdbc.OracleDriver
      Ÿ Sample URL: jdbc:oracle:thin:@mydb_hostname.com:1521:your_db_instance_name
      Ÿ Sample URL: jdbc:oracle:thin:@remotehost:1521:orcl
      Ÿ Standard format: jdbc:oracle:thin:@//HOSTNAME[:PORT]/SERVICE
    5. PostgreSQL
      Ÿ Driver: org.postgresql.Driver
      Ÿ Sample URL: jdbc:postgresql:// hostname:5432/yourDatabase
    6. Pervasive
      Ÿ Driver: com.pervasive.jdbc.v2.Driver
      Ÿ Sample URL: jdbc:pervasive://hostname:1583/yourDatabase
  9. Finally, enter the Username and Password you will use to connect to your DBMS

You can use the TEST button to check your connection and Save your new data source.

If the test fails, save your data source anyway and check the Troubleshooting section below that explains you how to enable logging to troubleshoot conectivity issues.

Data Source Troubleshooting

When adding a data source to Jasperserver, there are several areas that could introduce errors. This article is intended to assist in troubleshooting some common issues when setting up JasperServer Data Sources.

General Issues

General Database Server Conectivity

  • Check that the driver name and URL provided in the data source are correct (see Create a Data Source section above).
  • Check that the .jar file for the correct driver is in the application classpath (see Copy the driver to the ClassPath section above). Also check if there are no other drivers in the classpath that use the same classes, for example if you are using MS SQL Server only ONE .jar file should be added to the classpath, if you add “sqljdbc4.jar” and “sqljdbc.jar” at the same time the connection will fail.
  • Check that your database server is available and accepting TCP/IP connections from the host where JasperServer is installed.
  • Check in your DBMS that the username and password you are using are correct and have access to the selected database.
  • Check for firewalls or network connectivity errors.

Logging

Often the quickest way to find the issue is to increase the logging.

Find the following section in .../webapps/jasperserver-pro/WEB-INF/log4j.properties and uncomment the relevant logger:

\#JDBC Connection Logging \#log4j.logger.com.jaspersoft.jasperserver.api.engine.jasperreports.service.impl.JdbcDataSourceService=DEBUG, stdout, fileout \#log4j.logger.com.jaspersoft.jasperserver.api.engine.jasperreports.service.impl.JndiJdbcDataSourceService=DEBUG, stdout, fileout \#log4j.logger.com.jaspersoft.jasperserver.war.action.ReportDataSourceAction=DEBUG, stdout, fileout \#log4j.logger.com.jaspersoft.commons.datarator.JdbcDataSet=DEBUG, stdout, fileout \#log4j.logger.com.jaspersoft.jasperserver.war.common.JasperServerUtil=DEBUG, stdout, fileout \#log4j.logger.com.jaspersoft.commons.semantic.dsimpl.JdbcDataSetFactory=DEBUG, stdout, fileout \#log4j.logger.com.jaspersoft.commons.semantic.metaapi.impl.jdbc.BaseJdbcMetaDataFactoryImpl=DEBUG, stdout, fileout \#log4j.logger.com.jaspersoft.jasperserver.war.validation.ReportDataSourceValidator=DEBUG, stdout, fileout

Database Driver

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Ensure Driver is in the Classpath

JasperServer ships with drivers for several databases, including MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, etc. It is important to ensure that the drivers for your database are included in the JasperServer classpath that will be either apache-tomcat/lib or apache-tomcat/webapps/jasperserver-pro/WEB-INF/lib. Remember to restart the Application server after putting the driver in the classpath.

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Ensure that the Driver Class Name is correct

The following are some example driver class names for various databases:

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Example Database Class Names

Database

Driver Path

MySQL

com.mysql.jdbc.Driver

Ingres

com.ingres.jdbc.IngresDriver

Oracle

oracle.jdbc.OracleDriver

DB2

com.ibm.db2.jcc.DB2Driver

SQL Server

com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerDriver

Database Privileges

When creating Database users, you must ensure that the user has the appropriate permissions to your database as well as from the server that JasperServer is running on.

Permissions Required to the Database

The database user that is used within your data source definition should have the appropriate select permissions to query the tables within your database for the reports you wish to generate. The easiest way to troubleshoot this is to use a tool, such as SquirrelSQL or other database query tool, to run various queries against your database.

Ensuring Permission from JasperServer

Many databases, including MySQL, also require the user grants to include the specific host from which connections are allowed. Otherwise, when testing the JDBC connection, a connection may not be allowed even though the username and password are correct. For example, you may refer to the following page for Setting up MySQL users: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/adding-users.html

An fairly easy way to test connectivity from the server to that database location with a particular user is to use a tool such as SquirrelSQL or another DB query tool to connect to the database from the same host as JasperServer.

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JDBC Data Source Issues

Ensure that the Database URL string entered when defining your JDBC Connection is consistent with what is required for your specific database and database driver.

Example Database Connection URLs

Database

Example Connection URL

MySQL

jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/jasperserver?useUnicode=true&characterEncoding=UTF-8

Oracle

jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521:orcl

PostgreSQL

jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/jasperserver

SQL Server

jdbc:sqlserver://localhost:1433;
databaseName=jasperserver;SelectMethod=cursor

DB2

jdbc:db2://localhost:50000/jsprsrvr:driverType=4;
fullyMaterializeLobData=true;fullyMaterializeInputStreams=true;
progressiveStreaming=2;progresssiveLocators=2;currentSchema=JSPRSRVR

Ingres

jdbc:ingres://localhost:II7/jasperserver;CURSOR=READONLY;auto=multi

JNDI Data Source Issues

JNDI is handled by your application server, check the documentation of your application server for help with JNDI data sources.

MS SQL Server

Configuring Microsoft SQL Server involves many things and enumerating all possible source of issue would be too long to be described here and generally unrelated with JasperReports.

The following Video touches on many of those items:

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Situation: One thing though which can happen is, in the situation when you use MSSQL setup to use windows authentication credentials and thus you don't need to pass any username or password in the JNDI connection, you may get a connection failure due to the way the Windows Service which starts JasperReports Server is setup. For example if the MS SQL Server Database is located on a different server than JasperReports server, the credentials passed for the Windows authentication will be, by default, the one from the server which runs the server and not from the server which runs the database. If this situation happens, the logs (when setup the way described above) will show that the server name is passed as the username.

Fix: To fix this you need to restart your server without using the Windows service or to change the log on properties of the service from local to the other account.

Other Resources

  • Business Intelligence Tutorials
  • Wiki Search URL: Keywords: JasperReports Server, Data Sources
  • https://www.jaspersoft.com/bi-training-center

FAQs

How does IReport connect to database? ›

IReport Designer - Adding a Data Source
  1. On the top, click on Report Datasources icon.
  2. Click on New, select Database JDBC connection and do Next.
  3. Click on Test to check your connection. Do Save to finish your data source creation.

How do I start JasperReports server? ›

How to Start or Stop JasperReports Server
  1. Click Start, and then click Run (Win+R).
  2. In the Run box, type service. msc , and then click OK. The Services window appears. Important: Ensure that the Extended tab is selected.
  3. From the services list, click jasperreportsTomcat .
  4. Click Restart. The system restarts the service.

How do I change database in Jasper report? ›

Recreate the password in plain text
  1. Open the following file with a text editor: $JSTomcat \webapps\reportservice\META-INF\context.xml.
  2. Replace the details on the connection.
  3. Enter the password in a non-encrypted way for the database.
  4. save and restart Jaspersoft.
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How do I know if my Jasper server is running? ›

Click Start > All Programs >JasperReports Server> Start or Stop Services then select Start Service or Stop Service.

How do I create a datasource in Jasper report? ›

To create a JDBC data source in Jaspersoft Studio, create a data adapter:
  1. In the Repository Explorer view, right-click the Data Adapters node and click Create Data Adapter.
  2. Select Database JDBC Connection.
  3. Enter a user-friendly name for the driver.
  4. On the Driver Classpath tab, click Add.

How do I connect iReport to SQL Server? ›

Connecting iReport to a Microsoft SQL Datasource
  1. in iReport Designer, go to the following menu Window =>Services.
  2. Expand the Database tree that shows in the Services window and right-click on the Drivers folder and select "New Driver..."
  3. Add the jar file; Give it a name i.e. "Microsoft SQL Server" and click OK.

How do I add a dataset to iReport? ›

Creating a Dataset

Right-click the report root node in the outline view and choose Create Dataset: 2. In the Dataset wizard, name your dataset, choose Create new dataset from a connection or Data Source and click Next.

How do I add a driver to iReport? ›

Bring up iReport. Go into Window->Services. Select Drivers, New Driver... Add/select my JDBC JAR.

What is JasperReports server? ›

JasperReports Server is a stand-alone and embeddable reporting server, enabling delivery of mission critical information on a real-time or scheduled basis to the web, to the printer, or to a variety of file formats. Build a report in iReport and then deploy it to JasperReports Server.

How do I access Jasper Server? ›

Connecting to JasperReports Server
  1. Start Jaspersoft Studio.
  2. Click the Repository Explorer tab, then click the Create a JasperReports Server Connection icon . ...
  3. Enter the URL, user names and password for your server. ...
  4. Click Test Connection.
  5. If the test fails, check your URL, organization, user name, and password.

How install and configure Jaspersoft Linux server? ›

Quick Steps
  1. Identify Ubuntu server CPU type (64 bit or 32 bit).
  2. Check 8080 opened in Ubuntu server or not. ...
  3. Create a folder in Ubuntu server directory and download the Jasperserver software and apply chmod 777 command for downloaded file.
  4. Install the Jasperserver software.

How do I update my JasperReports server? ›

Download the JRS 7.1 WAR file from http://support.jaspersoft.com.
...
Start and Log into JasperReports Server 7.1.
  1. Start your application server(Tomcat server).
  2. Clear your browsing cache.
  3. Log in to the JasperReports Server. You can view the JasperServer version upgraded to V7.

Where are Jasper reports stored? ›

You can find JasperReports Server (JRS) internal DB configuration at <tomcat>\webapps\jasperserver\META-INF\context.

How do I find my Jasper Server version? ›

Follow the below steps to find the Jasper Report version:
  1. Navigate to the path $DCS/server/run/jrtskdae/lib/
  2. Search for jasperreports*
  3. The version of the jasperreports. jar file is the version of the Jasper Reports being used by the product. eg. jasperreports-5.0. jar.

How do you integrate JasperReports with spring boot? ›

Table of contents
  1. Prerequisites.
  2. Create a Spring Boot application.
  3. Add database configuration properties.
  4. Create a products model.
  5. Create a products repository to find all products by date.
  6. Create a report service to filter products by type.
  7. Design a report using jaspersoft template.
Jan 5, 2022

What is the use of JasperReports in Java? ›

JasperReports is an open source Java reporting tool that can write to a variety of targets, such as: screen, a printer, into PDF, HTML, Microsoft Excel, RTF, ODT, comma-separated values (CSV) or XML files. It can be used in Java-enabled applications, including Java EE or web applications, to generate dynamic content.

Is jaspersoft server free? ›

Jaspersoft's Community releases are freely available. Everyone is free to download the binary distributions, source code, samples, and documentation that accompany the Community release software. However, it does not contain the additional functionality found in commercial editions.

How do I use Jaspersoft? ›

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How do I open Jaspersoft Studio? ›

Open the terminal, if you don't know how to do it open the Launchpad, type "Terminal" in the search bar and select the first result. Once the terminal is opend type uname -a , and press enter.

How do I install Jaspersoft? ›

Installation steps with the Installer Distribution
  1. Welcome.
  2. Accept License Agreement.
  3. Installation Directory Location.
  4. Select Tomcat Configuration.
  5. Select PostgreSQL Configuration.
  6. Install Sample Data.
  7. Install iReport Designer.
  8. Ready to Install.

How do I install Jaspersoft Studio on Windows? ›

To set up a connection to the RiskVision database and JasperReports Server repository, see Setting up Jaspersoft Studio Professional.
...
The License Manager dialog.
  1. Click Install new license.
  2. Select the jasperserver. license file from the appropriate location, then click Open.
  3. Click OK, then click Close.

How do I update my Jasper studio? ›

Run the js-upgrade script as described in Upgrading to JasperReports Server 7.1.
...
Upgrade Steps Overview
  1. Identify your customizations.
  2. Back up your current JasperReports Server instance.
  3. Download and set up the new 7.1 JasperReports Server WAR file distribution zip.

How do I change the port on my Jasper? ›

1 Answer:
  1. shutdown the jasperserver.
  2. to change later, modify the "server.xml" in " /apache-tomcat/conf/" Search for. Connector port="8080" and change for your needs. if there is another tomcat instance running on your system, it would be a good idea to change the shutdown port as well.
  3. start the server.
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What is a domain in Jaspersoft? ›

A Domain is a virtual view of a data source that presents the data in business terms, allows for localization, and provides data-level security. A Domain is not a view of the database in relational terms, but it implements the same functionality within JasperReports Server.

How do I save a file to Jasper? ›

right click the report you want to schedule, select the option Schedule... In the new window, click on Create Schedule. In the New Schedule window -> click on Output Options -> Under Output Destination -> Check the Output To Host File System -> provide the path where you would like to save the reports -> Click on Save.

What is Jasperstudio? ›

Jaspersoft Studio is a powerful desktop report designer for developing data visualizations and full-fledged reports. Featuring the industry's most advanced design environment, it enables you to create highly formatted, pixel-perfect reports and data visualizations. Benefits.

How do I make a Jasper server? ›

Creating a New Report
  1. Open the File menu, select New, and then click Jasper Report. ...
  2. Select Coffee and click Next. ...
  3. Select the folder in the workspace where you want to put the report, and name the new report. ...
  4. Click Next. ...
  5. Choose Sample DB - Database JDBC Connection.

How does Jasper Server work? ›

JasperReports is an open source Java reporting tool that can write to a variety of targets, such as: screen, a printer, into PDF, HTML, Microsoft Excel, RTF, ODT, comma-separated values (CSV) or XML files. It can be used in Java-enabled applications, including Java EE or web applications, to generate dynamic content.

How do I open Jaspersoft Studio? ›

Open the terminal, if you don't know how to do it open the Launchpad, type "Terminal" in the search bar and select the first result. Once the terminal is opend type uname -a , and press enter.

How do I install Jaspersoft Studio on Windows? ›

To set up a connection to the RiskVision database and JasperReports Server repository, see Setting up Jaspersoft Studio Professional.
...
The License Manager dialog.
  1. Click Install new license.
  2. Select the jasperserver. license file from the appropriate location, then click Open.
  3. Click OK, then click Close.

How do I write a Jrxml file? ›

Create the JRXML file, which is jasper_report_template. jrxml using a text editor and save this file in C:\tools\jasperreports-5.0.
  1. <queryString> − This is empty (as we are passing data through Java Beans). ...
  2. <field name> − This element is used to map data from data sources or queries, into report templates.

How do I publish a Jasper report? ›

Select a data source, or no data source. Click Finish.
...
Publishing a Report to JasperReports Server
  1. Open a report.
  2. Click the Publish Report button , located in the upper-right hand corner of the Designer. ...
  3. Navigate the directory structure and choose the directory where you want to store your report.
  4. Name the report unit.

How would you create a simple Jasper report in iReport using a sample database? ›

You need to download iReport, a graphical tool that allows you create and modify JasperReports templates (.
...
Setting up Classpath
  1. Open from the menu options: Tools > Options.
  2. Move to Classpath tab.
  3. Click Add Jar button.
  4. Go to your Openbravo sources folder. ...
  5. Click OK.

How do you integrate JasperReports with spring boot? ›

Table of contents
  1. Prerequisites.
  2. Create a Spring Boot application.
  3. Add database configuration properties.
  4. Create a products model.
  5. Create a products repository to find all products by date.
  6. Create a report service to filter products by type.
  7. Design a report using jaspersoft template.
Jan 5, 2022

How do I read a Jasper file? ›

The output of the report filling process JasperPrint objects can be viewed using a built-in viewer component, or printed, or exported to more popular document formats like PDF, HTML, RTF, XLS, ODT, CSV, or XML.

Is jaspersoft free? ›

JasperReports Server Community Edition is Jaspersoft's free, open source reporting and analysis server, based on JasperReports Library, Mondrian, JPivot and Spring. It is licensed under the GPLv2.

How do I use Jaspersoft Studio? ›

To do this, start the program and go to the Repository Explorer tab, where you right-click on Data Adapters. From the cascade menu, choose Create Data Adapter. Connecting a new data source in Jaspersoft Studio. In the new Data Adapter Wizard window, search for and click Database JDBC Connection, and proceed.

How do I run a jaspersoft report? ›

To run a report on the server: 1. Once you have a connection to your server Connecting to JasperReports Server, navigate to your report's JRXML, and click Run Report Unit. If prompted to save the report unit, specify a location on your local computer and click OK.

Is Jaspersoft Studio open source? ›

Open source report designer for JasperReports and JasperReports Server.

How do I install Jaspersoft? ›

Installation steps with the Installer Distribution
  1. Welcome.
  2. Accept License Agreement.
  3. Installation Directory Location.
  4. Select Tomcat Configuration.
  5. Select PostgreSQL Configuration.
  6. Install Sample Data.
  7. Install iReport Designer.
  8. Ready to Install.

How do I download Jasper studio? ›

Jaspersoft® Studio is available as an Eclipse Rich Client Package (RCP), downloadable from the following location: http://community.jaspersoft.com/project/jaspersoft-studio/releases.

How do I use iReport in eclipse? ›

1 Answer
  1. go Help | Eclipse Marketplace.
  2. on "Search" tab, Find "ireport", then you will see "Jaspersoft Studio"
  3. press "Install"
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